Dear Prosecutor Hilaire:
Can you please advise me what the State Plans to do with Gregory W. Floyd and when?
The headline really says it all, and here's the MSNBC story. I got a call blood-curlingly early this morning from a Franconia Collective member who told me that during the bail hearing )which must have been recently scheduled because I check on Floyd hearings weekly), AJ Boisvert fainted and had to be taken to the hospital. Let me remind everyone some of what Floyd did toward Law Enforcement as noted in the Nashua Telegraph:
A judge ordered Gregory Floyd, 50, of Easton, held on $20,000 bail on several charges after a sheriff's department captain described a courthouse outburst in which he said Floyd threatened a former state police detective, punched a court officer in the head, then continued a "barrage" of threats on the way to the county jail.
On the stand Wednesday, Leavitt said Floyd repeatedly referred to the Kenney shooting.
"He said he had proven he could kill once when he killed Liko Kenney and was prepared to do it a second time if his rights were denied," Leavitt said.
Leavitt said that while in the cruiser Tuesday, Floyd told him and a deputy that he had friends in the South "and if we went down there, his friends would take care of us."
I think one possible reason Judge McKenna let him go is in the comments.
Interestingly, there is no date scheduled for pending cases including the charges for his 15 April outburst nor is there anything set regarding the 10-year order of Good Behaviour.
Nor is there any sentencing scheduled for his conviction for threatening AJ Boisvert.
Meanwhile Junior keeps getting continuances like there's no tomorrow on a simple theft charge.
Here is why NH AG Kelly Ayotte should have opened an investigation into murder charges.
One -- Some history.
Two -- The McKay spent casings evidence.
The Floyds are indeed the Teflon Dons of North Country, and we have to ask why. Many of us will be asking that of the U.S. House later this summer and I probably won't be riding home from past 116/112/Hummingbird Lane anymore.
Unfortunately, Alma Jean Boisvert still has to live there, right next to Floyd, a man who was recently declared a threat to society by Judge McKenna, who just released him yesterday because now I guess he's not. Truly a Renaissance Man, that Floyd. Here he is discussing the finer points of postmodern abstractionism with local LE while threatening to kill them.
PS: What of those "43 kills" that Floyd said he has done?